Before (and now after) the Frankfurt Motor Show one car generating buzz was the Mazda CX-5, featuring Mazda’s groundbreaking new SKYACTIV technology. Mazda have looked at every aspect of the car and engine in order to introduce this technology. Lighter components, new gear ratios, chassis and body technology, and new engineering have all come together to produce this new car.
The Independent called it
…a diesel revolution
but have you thought about is as a company car? Yes, it is an unusual choice but have a look at the emissions of below 120g/km and average fuel economy of more than 60mpg.
A next-generation clean diesel engine that will meet global emissions regulations without expensive NOx aftertreatments…thanks to the world’s lowest diesel engine compression ratio of 14.0:1
- 20 percent better fuel efficiency thanks to the low compression ratio of 14.0:1
- A new two-stage turbocharger realizes smooth and linear response from low to high engine speeds, and greatly increases low- and high-end torque (up to the 5,200 rpm rev limit)
- Complies with global emissions regulations (Euro6 in Europe), without expensive NOx aftertreatment
It’s definitely an attractive option, and one that should have a lot of companies looking at the reports coming out of Frankfurt with interest.